Found May 17, 2012 on Fox - The Hockey Guy:
Capital general manager David Poile will have to use his diplomatic skills to smooth over relations with his Russian contingent.Restricted free agent Alexander Radulov and unrestricted free agent Andre Kostitsyn sat for two games of the ill-fated Coyotes series after missing a team curfew. Restricted free agent Sergei Kostitsyn made curfew but wasn’t happy with how coach Barry Trotz treated the other two.“I think the management was too tough on Alexander and Andrei,” told a Russian publication, according to a translation by Dmitry Chesnokov of Yahoo! Sports. “The punishment for the incident could have been a monetary fine, [they] went too far with the disqualification in the midst of an important stage of the playoffs. We missed the guys in games three and four of the series.”The Predators could likely get something for Radulov’s rights, if Poile opted to turn that page. Several franchises would love to add Radulov’s talent, assuming he still wants to play in the NHL.Nashville could...

Predators to host open house on May 23

The Nashville Predators have announced another open house with a free open skate on the Bridgestone Arena ice before it is removed for the summer. There will be plenty of other activities including the always popular Predators Foundation garage sale as well as many other specials.Here is the full release from the Predators with all the details...Join us for a night of fun at Bridgestone...

The 303:30 – Season in Review, pt 2: the Lindback situation and the Memorial Cup

In this episode of The 303:30, presented by Brewhouse South, we discuss the back-up goalie situation headed into the 2012-13 season (complete with comments from Nashville Predators General Manager David Poile), we encourage you to vote for Pekka Rinne in the NHL 13 cover vote (CLICK HERE to do so, by the way), we discuss the 2012 World Championships and how Marty Erat is the...

Today in the Nation: May 16, 2012

Links to all Preds Related material for 5/16/12… Nashville Predators are close to contending again Preds see both highs and lows this season Josi/Smith Go Head-to-Head at World Championships...

Next week, ‘Suter Watch’ begins

Nashville Predators fans, I’d like to welcome you to a locale akin to hockey purgatory, a locale I do not recommend visiting on a regular basis: the, “Player X Watch” area, where you get to sit on your hands and nervously wait for one of the pillars of your franchise to decide whether he wishes to continue playing for your team or take his talents elsewhere. In Detroit, this...

Apologies to the Readers

Hello there Fang Faction readers! I know that Jake Old and I haven't been giving you the best coverage and news since the Nashville Predators' season was over, but I would like to apologize on behalf of both of us for the lack of posts.We have both been very busy lately and will be giving you some of the best coverage in the Nashville blogging community starting Tuesday night...

Cup Contenders?

from Josh Cooper of The Tennessean, While it’s understandable that some forecasts predict an offseason of gloom and doom for the Predators — there are 15 unrestricted and restricted free agents on the current roster — with a few minor tweaks, this team can contend for the Stanley Cup next season. Ownership says it has the money to re-sign its important unrestricted free agents...
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